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« Reply #20 on: August 01, 2017, 12:02:30 PM »

08.02.01.02

.02 General Commercial License Requirements.

A. Exemption from License Requirement. A buyer licensed by the Potomac River Fisheries Commission may buy seafood in Maryland without purchasing a Maryland license to buy, provided the seafood was caught in the Potomac River. In this regulation the term seafood includes finfish, crabs, lobsters, terrapin, oysters, hard-shell clams, and soft-shell clams.

B. Identification Number.

(1) Unless otherwise required by this subtitle, all licensees shall display the identification number provided by the Department on every vessel, vehicle, gear, or place of business used to catch, hold, transport, process, sell, buy, or otherwise deal in seafood.

(2) Display of Commercial Identification Number on Vessels and Vehicles.

(a) The licensee’s commercial identification number shall be plain vertical block characters of not less than 3 inches in height and shall contrast with the color of the background.

(b) All numbers shall be distinctly visible and legible.

(c) Display on Vessels.

(i) The licensee’s commercial identification number shall be painted or firmly attached to both sides of the vessel.

(ii) The number shall be positioned on or above the hull, forward, but not on or near the bow, and in such a manner as to be clearly visible to passing boats.

(d) Display on Vehicle.

(i) The licensee’s commercial identification number shall be painted or firmly attached to the vehicle.

(ii) The number shall be positioned on the front part of the body on the driver’s side.
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« Reply #21 on: August 01, 2017, 01:01:46 PM »

Good Job    Thank You  It reads 3 inch numbers for "com. ID number" but nothing about 3 in. letters for declaration of day off on port stern? It still reads 4 inch "letters" for day off declaration in  comar?  Trying to find 4inch peel and stick letters isn't easy.
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« Reply #22 on: August 23, 2017, 10:52:09 AM »

Good Job    Thank You  It reads 3 inch numbers for "com. ID number" but nothing about 3 in. letters for declaration of day off on port stern? It still reads 4 inch "letters" for day off declaration in  comar?  Trying to find 4inch peel and stick letters isn't easy.

I brought this to the attention of the DNR. I just received an answer thanking me for pointing out the discrepancy and stating that it was just overlooked when the change to 3" was made. They are adding it to their list of "housekeeping errors" that need to be corrected the next time they make the changes.
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« Reply #23 on: August 24, 2017, 06:06:16 AM »

I already bought 4 in. peel an stick letters from the internet. I often see commercial crabbing  boats with their side numbers towards the stern? I wonder if anyone has been fined or this?
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« Reply #24 on: August 24, 2017, 08:43:16 AM »

I have seen so many differant ways of displying day off and comm # requirments thats incorrect that there would not be enough time in the day to correct if dnr worked 24/7 for a full year, it is what it is and i will say that all those numbers and disply's were easy to read no matter where the had them for the most part.
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